Ready to bring your UX expertise to a startup? Ten tips from a startup-UX veteran.
Startup job searches are special. You’re going to find a lot of job descriptions that seem boilerplate, many that are looking for purple squirrels (“you must have 15 years of UX experience AND be an ace front-end coder!”).
How to copy-and-paste yourself into your dream job.
We all read job descriptions the same way: we hurry over the parts that we are qualified for, and we over-react to elements we think we are not qualified for.
Why UXers are — and shouldn’t be — intimidated by blockchain.
I’ll admit it. I’m intimidated by blockchain. I started working in the space a couple of years ago and I’m still at advanced-beginner status. It’s an unfamiliar feeling: I’ve faced dozens of new technologies and domains over my 20+-year UX career, but it’s never felt like this.
Elation/Deflation: The Responsibility of Being an Experienced Woman in Tech (or any business)
I give pep talks to women to help them get through a job change and/or negotiation. I tell them to be brave for 10 seconds, say it, and shut up.